tetramethylammonium hydroxide

tetramethylammonium hydroxide
tet·ra·meth·yl·am·mo·ni·um hy·drox·ide (tet″rə-meth″əl-ə-moґne-əm hi-drokґsīd) a toxic fraction isolated from the sea anemone, Actinia equina, and from the salivary glands of whelks.

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